entrust


entrust
en·trust also in·trust vt
1: to deliver something to (a person) under a charge or duty
2: to give (something) over to the care of another; specif: to deliver to a merchant who may transfer ownership to a buyer in the ordinary course of business
— used esp. in the Uniform Commercial Code; see also negligent entrustment compare bail, consign
en·trust·ment n

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

entrust
I verb appoint, assign, assign the care of, authorize, charge with a duty, charge with a trust, commit, committere, concredere, consign, delegate, depute, deputize, devolve, elect, empower, give a mandate, give a responsibility to, invest empower, license, make someone guardian of, mandare, place in the protection of, put in charge, trust, turn over for safekeeping associated concepts: entrust goods, entrust personal property foreign phrases:
- Securius expediuntur negotia commissa pluribus, et plus vident oculi quam oculus. — Matters which are entrusted to several persons are executed more surely, because eyes see more than an eye
II index appoint, assign (designate), assign (transfer ownership), authorize, charge (empower), confide (trust), consign, delegate, deliver, deposit (submit to a bank), descend, detail (assign), empower, endue, give (grant), instate, invest (vest), leave (give), lend, let (permit), refer (send for action), relegate, rely, remand, vest

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • entrust — [en trust′, intrust′] vt. 1. to charge or invest with a trust or duty [entrust a lawyer with records] 2. to assign the care of; turn over for safekeeping [entrust the key to me] SYN. COMMIT entrustment n …   English World dictionary

  • Entrust — En*trust , v. t. See {Intrust}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • entrust — c.1600, from EN (Cf. en ) (1) make, put in + TRUST (Cf. trust). Related: Entrusted; entrusting …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Entrust — Infobox Company name = Entrust, Inc. type = Public (NASDAQ|ENTU) foundation = 1994 location city = Addison, TX location country = United States location = locations = 15 key people = F. William (Bill) Conner Chairman, President and CEO area… …   Wikipedia

  • entrust — [[t]ɪntrʌ̱st[/t]] entrusts, entrusting, entrusted VERB If you entrust something important to someone or entrust them with it, you make them responsible for looking after it or dealing with it. [V n to n] If parents wanted to entrust their prized… …   English dictionary

  • entrust — /ɛnˈtrʌst / (say en trust), /ən / (say uhn ) verb (t) 1. to invest with a trust or responsibility; charge with a specified office or duty involving trust. 2. to commit as if with trust or confidence: to entrust one s life to a frayed rope.… …   Australian English dictionary


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